About Vantage Hospice

Vantage Hospice originated as a mutual interest between several business owners whose passion for palliative care was driven by the challenge to establish a highly functioning, quality-based program with a primary goal centered on genuine values and exceptional care.

As a result, Vantage Hospice developed an initial set of core values that would become the foundation of their future success:

Respite is designed for patients who live at home with their family and provides up to 5 days of care at a contracted nursing The patients, the families, and the facilities that allow us into their home are a priority. Their needs are unique and Vantage believes it essential to maintain quality, stability, and balance by requiring a knowledgeable and compassionate team with core values that compliment this commitment.

Every employee plays an equal and vital role in hospice care. Prior attitudes in palliative care have encouraged the community to focus on hospice as a “nurse-driven” field. However, each employee shares in the responsibility of maintaining the quality of the whole. Vantage supports and encourages ideas, critiques, and changes from all staff that will increase quality of care to the patients and their families; as well as, ways in which to ensure all staff are created equal and valuable.

Vantage has established a priority among its employees that education and continued learning is key to maintaining genuine quality. As a result, Vantage encourages each employee to take advantage NHPCO membership and complete any certifications, licensures, and training that will assist in higher education and personal development.

Vantage has established an open communication policy between all staff, patients, families, facilities, and the community in order to build a long-standing and trusting relationship between each. Reputation is key to establishing a strong and enduring foundation.

Hospice is a career requiring tremendous flexibility as every day may change minute to minute. Each employee understands that emergencies may occur that require initiative and follow-up immediately. In return, Vantage understands that employees have situations that may also require flexibility from them. Every day is a challenge in hospice; there are no “norms”.

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Meet the Team

Vantage has established a priority among its employees that education and continued learning is key to maintaining genuine quality. As a result, Vantage encourages each employee to take advantage NHPCO membership and complete any certifications, licensures, and training that will assist in higher education and personal development.

Nicole Knight, FNP

Administrator

Nicole Knight, FNP-C has been in the nursing profession for 17 years and hospice exclusively for 12 years. Nicole has been with Vantage Hospice since they opened their doors in October 2011. She has been the Administrator since 2012.

Gaby Samayoa

Director of Business Development

Brandi Gabriel, MHA, BSN, RN

Director of Clinical Services

Brandi Gabriel, MHA, BSN, RN has been working in hospice in various positions since 2003. She has been an active member of Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing Association for the past 4 years and currently serves as the Greater Houston Chapter President.

Mary Johnson

Business Office Manager

Mary Johnson is a our Business Office Manager. Mary has been with Vantage Hospice for 6 years and makes sure our employees are well taken care of.

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